"Keep Families Together" was the rally theme Wednesday night in front of the Santa Barbara Museum of Art.
The Solstice Workshop is full of energy and excitement in the final days before the parade, and you still have time to be involved!
Our UCSB META Lab run by Jonathan Schooler attended The Science of Consciousness conference in Tucson recently. We decided to make it into a big road trip.
Local writer Ashleigh Brilliant was the May speaker at the Humanist Society of Santa Barbara. His chosen title: "Support Your Local God."
The 32nd annual I Madonnari Chalk Painting Festival ran last weekend with plenty of artists as well as plenty of people appreciating the art.
The Solstice Workshop is now open and ready for YOUR participation!
The latest Sierra Club hike was to the Gaviota Caves. But not the usual route. A completely crazy, challenging route!
Last weekend people came from far and wide to attend the 42nd Annual Isla Vista Juggling Festival at UCSB and Isla Vista, the longest-running juggling festival in the world!
Robert shares insights from the Humanist Society's discussion on the "Illusion of God's Presence."
Pilipino Cultural Night has been happening for 27 years at UC Santa Barbara and Robert just discovered it.
Lizard's Mouth is one of my favorite places to bring visitors who are not up for a full hike, writes Robert Bernstein.
Robert hopped on board the Condor Express for a whale watching trip this past week.
Robert shares photos from a hike up Figueroa Mountain.
Thousands gathered Saturday in De La Guerra Plaza for March for Our Lives, this was just one of the hundreds of such rallies and marches across the US.
Last weekend was the 73rd annual Santa Barbara International Orchid Show at Earl Warren Showgrounds, one of the oldest and most prestigious orchid shows in the United States.
The UCSB Middle East Ensemble offers a wonderful performance near the end of each UCSB quarter.
The second annual Women's March was disrupted by the mudslides and was split in two. January 20 was the rally. But the police were tied up with the mudslides, so the march was delayed until March 10.
PuppetPalooza happened at many places at many times around Santa Barbara.
The Humanist Society of Santa Barbara February talk covered the conflict between Israel and Palestine.
Many cultures celebrate the Lunar New Year, but the Chinese version is perhaps the best known. Santa Barbara often has Chinese New Year events, but they are not always well publicized.